Series:Library Wars: Love & War Vol.3
Publisher:Viz Media LLC
Published:December 7, 2007
Age Group:14& Up
Description of the Book: In the near future, the federal government creates a committee to rid society of books it deems unsuitable. The libraries vow to protect their collections, and with the help of local governments, form a military group to defend themselves–the Library Forces!
Iku is witness to a disturbance during a Board of Education speech on protecting children from the danger of books. The perpetrators are two young boys protesting the banning of their favorite books. But while Iku wants to reach out to the next generation of book lovers, Dojo insists that they can’t play favorites. Will Dojo’s prickly insistence on sticking to the rules ruin their budding friendship?
Pre-Read:YAY volume 3!!!!
I love this series so much it’s so funny. I love how Iku sees the little boys as a great cause and she looks to help them express their opinion to adults. This was my favorite one so far out of the series. I love that Iku is so impulsive and passionate. Then the fact that she is totally oblivious to the men around her. You can see how she makes people better and that she is always trying to her best. Also I can under stand why Iku is ad now at dojo but at the same time I understand why he did what he did. The thing is that it was pointless in the end. the general is brave also that he just offered himself up like it was the thing to do. It’s easy to see why Iku is passionate about her job because of the leaders she has. This is a sweet manga that has lots of comedy. The are is cute. Kiiro Yumi is hilarious and makes me crave to read more as soon as I’m finished. I’m so excited to read Volume 4
Happy Reading !!
Reading Time: 41 Minutes.